Doctoral Portfolio

Gulnara Sadykova

Department of Educational Theory and Practice, University at Albany, SUNY

 

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CURRICULUM VITA

gs2129@albany.edu

gsadykova@yahoo.com

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EDUCATION
               
Ph.D. candidate                       University at Albany-SUNY, Curriculum and Instruction
Candidate of Science (2005)   Kazan State University (Russia), Comparative Linguistics (Russian-English)
M.S.  (2002)                           University at Albany-SUNY, Curriculum Development and Instructional Technology
M.A. (2000)                            University at Albany-SUNY, Russian
B.A. (1997)                             Kazan State University (Russia), Russian and English Linguistics and Literature

AREAS OF INTERESTS

  • Cross-cultural distance teaching/learning, online teaching/learning
  • Instructional technology (media literacy, technology-assisted language learning, computer-mediated communication)
  • Linguistic processes (language of media texts, corpus linguistics, comparative linguistics, second language acquisition)
  • Quantitative methods of research in education and linguistics

EXPERIENCE 

Teaching/Research Assistant/Doctoral Student, University at Albany-SUNY                         06/05 – present

  • Develop and teach a Master online course in Media Literacy
  • Conduct research related to cross-cultural distance learning, instructional technology, & language of media texts
  • Completed all required doctoral program courses in May 2006

Assistant Lecturer, Kazan State University (Russia)                                                                 09/02-05/05

  • Taught English as a foreign language and teaching methodology courses                           09/97-06/99
  • Developed teaching materials (print and electronic)
  • Provided research advisement to students

Graduate Assistant to the Director to the Center for Electronic Language Learning and Research,                       University at Albany-SUNY                                                                                         09/01-07/02

  • Supervised all teaching and learning activities in computer and audio laboratories
  • Provided technical support and training to the faculty, staff and language learners

Instructor of Russian, Middlebury College, VT                                                                        06/01-08/01

  • Taught intermediate/advance level students
  • Organized and led Russian newspaper club, edited articles, trained and assisted in publishing electronic and printed versions of the newspaper

Teaching Assistant, University at Albany-SUNY                                                                     09/99-12/00

  • Taught 1st and 2nd year Russian language courses
  • Coordinated Russian Club activities

Bilingual/Technical Assistant to the Director of Russian Summer School                              06/00-08/00
Middlebury College, VT

  • Coordinated collaboration between media lab specialists and instructors
  • Assisted with administrating computer-based exams, creating PowerPoint presentations, maintaining school web sites, providing technical support at extra-curricular activities

ACADEMIC HONORS AND DISTINCTIONS            
                               
Graduate Assistantship Award, Department of Educational Theory and Practice, School of Education, University at Albany – SUNY, 09/05 – present, 09/01 – 07/02
Teaching Assistantship Award, Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, University at Albany – SUNY, 09/1999 – 12/2000
Diploma with High Honors (GPA 4.85 on a 5.0 scale), Kazan State University (Russia) 06/17/1997
Graduation from School with a gold medal (GPA 5.0 on a 5.0 scale), Secondary School #28, Kazan, Russia, 06/1992

PUBLICATIONS

Sadykova, G. & Dautermann, J. Crossing cultures and borders in international online distance higher education. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks. In Press.

Sadykova, G. & Meskill, C. The language of digital learning objects: A cross-disciplinary study. Under Review.

Meskill, C. & Sadykova, G. (2007). The presentation of self in everyday ether: A corpus analysis of student self-tellings in online graduate courses. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 11(3), 123-138.

Sadykova, G. (2005). Word Order: Functional Aspect (Researching Russian & English Electronic Newspapers). Doctoral Dissertation. Kazan State University, Kazan, Russia,  – 199 p.

Sadykova, G. (2005). Electronic Text Typological Peculiarities = Типологические особенности электронного текста (на материале информационных текстов электронных газет на русском и английском языках) // Труды регионально-практической конференции «Иностранные языки в современном мире» (Казань, 19 января 2005 года). – Казань: Казан. гос. ун-т, 2005.

Sadykova, G. (2004). Word Order as an Element of the Indo-European Sentence Structure = Порядок слов как элемент структуры индоевропейского высказывания // Русская и сопоставительная филология: Лингвокультурологический аспект / Казан. гос. ун-т; Филол. фак-т. – Казань: Казан. гос.ун-т, 2004. – С. 199-203.

Sadykova, G. (2004). Word Order Phylogenesis (Birth and Early Development Stages)” = Порядок слов в филогенезе (этап зарождения и раннего развития языка) // Русская и сопоставительная филология: Исследования молодых ученых / Казан. гос. ун-т; Филол. фак-т. – Казань: Казан. гос. ун-т им. В.И.Ульянова-Ленина, 2004. – С. 110-117.

Sadykova, G. (2004). Electronic Newspaper Texts Stylistics (Russian and English Press) = Стилистика тестов электронных газет (на материале русскоязычной и англоязычной прессы) // Русская и сопоставительная филология: состояние и перспективы: Международная научная конференция, посвященная 200-летию Казанского университета (Казань, 4-6 октября 2004 года): Труды и материалы. – Казань: Казан. гос. ун-т им. В.И.Ульянова-Ленина, 2004. - С. 159-160.

Sadykova, G. (2004). Electronic Newspaper Texts as an Object of Linguistic Study = Текст электронных газет как объект лингвистического исследования (к проблеме порядка слов) // Языки и транснациональные проблемы: Мат-лы I междунар. науч. конф. 22-24 апреля 2004 года. Т. II / Отв. ред. Т. А. Фесенко; М-во образования и науки Рос. Федерации, Ин-т языкознания Российской академии наук, Тамб. гос. ун-т им. Г. Р. Державина, Ин-т исследования и развития лит. процессов в Австрии и в мире – INST (Вена, Австрия). М.-Тамбов: Изд-во ТГУ им. Г.Р. Державина, 2004. – С.291-296.

Sadykova, G. (2004). Subject Transformation in Translation: Researching Word Order = Переводческие трансформации подлежащего: к проблеме порядка слов. // Лингвострановедческий аспект преподавания иностранных языков: Сб. науч. ст. – Вып. 5. – Казань: КГПУ, 2004. – С. 108-116.

Sadykova, G. (2004). Innovative Methods of EFL Teaching: Technology Assisted Language Learning = Инновационные технологии преподавания английского языка: Методическое пособие для студентов IV курса отделения английского языка и литературы / Казан. гос. ун-т. Филол. фак-т. Каф. романо-герм. филол.; Сост. Г.В.Садыкова.- Казань: Казан. гос. ун-т им. В.И.Ульянова-Ленина, 2004.- 26 с.

Sadykova, G. (2003). Word Order and the Problem of Electronic Texts Adequate Translation = Порядок слов и проблема адекватного перевода текста электронных газет // II Международные Бодуэновские чтения: Казанская лингвистическая школа: традиции и современность (Казань, 11-13 декабря 2003 г.): Труды и материалы. Т.1. – Казань, 2003. – С. 66-68.

Sadykova, G. (2003). Integration of Informational - Communicational Technologies in Language Teaching = Интеграции информационно – коммуникационных технологий в процесс преподавания иностранных языков // Материалы городской научно-практической конференции «Инновационные образовательные стратегии в преподавании иностранного языка в школе». Казань.- 2003.- с.68-70.                                                                                    

Sadykova, G. (2003). Network-based technologies in developing language skills: North-American Practices = Сетевые технологии как средство развития языковых навыков: Североамериканский опыт // Язык и методика его преподавания: V республиканская научно-практическая конференция. Ч.3. Педагогика. 17-18 июня 2003 г. – Казань, 2003. – С.97-100.

Sadykova, G. (2003). Preparing teachers in the age of information. The seminar “ Innovative Technologies in Teaching English”. = Подготовка учителя в эпоху информации. Спецкурс «Инновационные технологии преподавания английского языка» // Язык и методика его преподавания: V республиканская научно-практическая конференция. Ч.3. Педагогика. 17-18 июня 2003 г. – Казань, 2003. – С.101-105.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Seventh International Conference “Jazzing IT Up with MERLOT” (August 7-10, 2007, New Orleans, LA).

Regional Conference “Foreign Languages in Modern World” (Kazan, Russia, January 2005).

International Conference “Russian and Comparative Linguistics: Now and Tomorrow” (Kazan, Russia, October, 2004).

1st International Conference “Languages and Transnational Problems” (Tambov (Russia)-Vienna (Austria) April 22-24, 2004).

City Scholarly Conference “Innovative Educational Strategies in Teaching Foreign Languages” (Kazan, Russia, January 2003).

North East Regional Conference on Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) "Beyond Chalk & Talk: Enhancing Student Learning in Higher Education" (SUNY-Oswego, Oswego, NY, April 2002).

WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

“Instructional Design Institute for Returning Faculty”, SUNY Learning Network Webinar, 06/28/06.

“Evaluating, Revising, and & Improving Your Online Course”, Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC, 11/21/2005.

“Effective Online Course Management”, Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC, 08/01/2005.

“Essentials of Online Course Development Pedagogy”, Adirondack Community College, NY, 15/06/2005.

“Innovative Language Teaching Methodologies”, Professional Development Center, Kazan State University 09/04-12/04.

“Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)”, Middlebury College, VT, 07/2001.

“Innovations in Education”, Kazan State University, Kazan, Russia, 06/1998.

“Western Methodologies of Teaching Foreign Languages”, Soros’ Open Society Foundation, Samara, Russia, 01/1998.

ELECTRONIC MATERIALS DEVELOPED

Film Production Lexicon Interactive Activities http://albany.edu/~gs2129/

Technology Assisted Language Teaching Website http://albany.edu/~gs2129/tall.html.

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Russian (native), English (fluent), Tatar (good)

COMPUTER SKILLS

MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), PhotoShop, Dreamweaver, Hot Potatoes, SPSS, Lotus Notes, Blackboard Learning System

 

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